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airborne

/air·borne/ (ār´born) suspended in, transported by, or spread by air.

air·borne

(āŕbōrn, ārbōrn)
Carried by air.
[air, fr. M.E., fr. O.Fr., fr. L., fr. G. aēr + borne, pp. fr. bear, fr. O.E. beren, fr. O.E. beran]

airborne,

adj carried through the air. In health care settings, viruses or bacteria may become airborne, e.g., when someone sneezes or coughs.

airborne

see airborne transmission.
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Back In The Game, from 2013's Black Dog Barking, will go on to become an Airbourne classic while Diamond In The Rough had them rolling in the aisles.
Guilty: Tom is serving 65 years for the murder of an American shop assistant; Freedom fight: Kenny's spent 19 years on death row; Downward spiral: Tom; claims that he started taking LSD after he failed to fit in with colleagues in the US Army; Parents: Jim and Eileen on their wedding day; Fresh start: Kenny joined the Marines after he and Tom moved to America; Proud: Kenny's younger brother Tom joined the US Army Airbourne Rangers
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